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Embarking on a motorhome adventure through Cornwall promises a journey through some of the UK’s most stunning landscapes and coastal vistas. As you traverse this captivating region, you’ll want to rest your wheels in the finest campsites that offer both comfort and access to Cornwall’s natural beauty. Whether you’re seeking coastal charm, scenic countryside, or modern amenities, these campsites have it all, ensuring that your motorhome holiday in Cornwall is nothing short of extraordinary.

Tregurrian Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Newquay

Embracing Cornwall’s unspoiled northern coastline, Tregurrian Camping and Caravanning Club Site awaits, an oasis for water sports enthusiasts and beach aficionados. Within a six-mile radius, a constellation of 14 exquisite beaches unfolds, including the sandy shores of Watergate Bay, a mere 0.75 miles away. The site is also home to the Extreme Academy, where the thrills of surfing, kite-surfing, and more await. Nearby, the vibrant surfing epicentre of Newquay beckons.

Surrounded by the splendour of nature, this coastal haven provides effortless access to the Southwest Coastal Path. Tregurrian offers 90 level pitches, thoughtfully distributed across lush grassy expanses and sturdy hardstanding areas, all equipped with electrical hook-ups.

This serene retreat extends its warm welcome from April 1st to October 31st, inviting you to immerse yourself in Cornwall’s captivating landscapes.

Trethem Mill Touring Park, Truro

Trethem Mill is situated on the exquisite Roseland Peninsula, gracing Cornwall’s southern coast just opposite the charming town of Falmouth. This location, celebrated for its exceptional natural beauty, offers captivating landscapes and coastal vistas. Tucked away inland, Trethem Mill rests approximately 3 miles from the picturesque fishing villages of St Mawes and Portscatho. Despite its tranquil rural setting, it’s a mere mile from the coastline and conveniently accessible to numerous points of interest.

Nestled within a serene valley and ensconced by farmland, the park provides a tranquil rural escape, catering to those seeking a quieter holiday park experience. Encompassing nearly 12 acres, it accommodates caravans, motorhomes, and tents, offering a selection of fully serviced, all-weather, and grass pitches. Each pitch boasts a 16-amp electric hook-up, a TV point connection, and a wooden picnic table. Fully serviced pitches enjoy the added convenience of water and waste connections. Individual hedges delineate pitches, ensuring space and seclusion.

Trethem Mill warmly welcomes four-legged companions, with a dedicated three-acre dog-walking field. Trethem Mill operates from April 1st to October 1st, promising a memorable escape within Cornwall’s captivating landscapes.

Polmanter Touring Park, St Ives

Nestled in the heart of St. Ives, Polmanter graces visitors with awe-inspiring vistas of the Cornish coastline. With its roots deeply embedded in family tradition for half a century, this campsite is a haven run by camping enthusiasts, catering to fellow nature lovers. Conveniently positioned, it’s a mere 5-minute drive or less than 2 miles from St Ives and its inviting beaches. Access is a breeze, with the A30 just a short 10-minute drive away.

Polmanter prides itself on offering diverse camping experiences, from embracing the simplicity of nature to indulging in modern comforts. Pitch options range from unadorned grassy spots ideal for tents to fully serviced pitches on grass or hardstanding.

Polmanter’s commitment to excellence extends to its facilities, including a well-stocked shop, family bathrooms, and a delightful play area for young adventurers. Moreover, the site provides a convenient shuttle bus service to the town centre, ensuring a seamless blend of convenience and natural beauty during your stay.

East Crinnis Holiday Park, Par

Nestled in an ideal location for exploring the South West Coast Path and the stunning St Austell Bay, East Crinnis Holiday Park welcomes families and their furry companions for a delightful getaway. A leisurely 30-minute stroll will take you to Carlyon Bay, while a mere two-minute drive leads to Spit Beach. And for those eager to explore, the renowned Eden Project is conveniently close by.

East Crinnis, a family-run haven, sits just half a mile away from the pristine ocean and the picturesque fishing village of Charlestown. The park offers generously sized pitches, each measuring at least 8m x 8m. You’ll have the flexibility to choose between hardstanding or grass pitches, with the option of 16-Amp electric. All pitches are thoughtfully level and provide a touch of seclusion for your well-deserved break.

Camping and touring enthusiasts can revel in the East Crinnis experience, with pitches available from March through to October.

Trevornick Holiday Park, Newquay

Trevornick Holiday Park, nestled by the stunning Holywell Bay beach, just five miles from Newquay, is your gateway to exploring Cornwall. This pristine 5-star site offers a variety of spacious camping and touring pitches, including options for electric hook-ups, water points, grey waste drainage, and TV connections. You can also opt for convenient ready tents.

The park boasts an array of amenities, including a heated outdoor pool, golf, fishing, a well-stocked shop, an arcade, a bike track, a forest play area, and seasonal entertainment. It’s a family-owned gem that has been a cherished destination since the 1960s, set alongside Holywell Bay Golf Course and close to the famous surfing beach featured in the BBC’s Poldark series.

Trevornick is dog-friendly, offering a Bark and Bathe dog shower and even frozen doggie yoghurts from the Farm Shop. Camping and touring are available from early April to September 16th, inviting you to create lasting memories amidst Cornwall’s natural beauty.